No new deal coming for Dashon Goldson


The 49ers and Dashon Goldson apparently didn’t need the last 30 minutes before today’s 4 p.m. deadline.

According to Matt Maiocco of, the 49ers’ franchised safety won’t be getting a long-term deal this year.

Ben Dogra, the agent for Goldson, told Maiocco: “There will not be a long-term deal for Dashon.”

That’s about as clear-cut as it gets, short of the team saying so on the official website, as the Cowboys did with Anthony Spencer.

Goldson has yet to sign his one-year, $6.212 million tender, and stayed away from offseason workouts.

2 responses to “No new deal coming for Dashon Goldson

  1. This guy would be locked up with a multi-year deal if the Chargers and Giants didn’t screw up the market by overpaying for a couple of 2nd tier Safeties last year….

  2. He is in a fluid situation. If he tries to hold out or pull something like that, he may not have a roster spot any more. I say move on without him. We need a FS that can cover the pass. He got burned too much last year, and missed too many tackles going for the big hit instead of wrapping up the ball carrier. I think we could put another guy there and not lose too much.

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